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Ashleigh McLean

Denver / Colorado
"I have worked very hard in my life to ensure that my dreams are my reality and I cannot wait to work with clients who are ready to make their dream homes their reality!"

My work offers a creative, professional and productive element to my life, that in turn I want to offer to each and every client that I work with. I am incredibly passionate about real estate, interior design and architecture and am excited to work with clients who are searching for real estate to purchase and sell.

I was born and raised in Denver, though I took a detour and lived in Nevada and California for a couple of years, but I missed my family, friends and “home” too much, so I came back! I have a thorough knowledge of all the Denver neighborhoods because I have lived, worked and explored them.

I graduated from the University of Colorado Denver with a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and worked in the animal welfare world, which oddly enough transitioned into the multi-family housing industry. Working in the apartment rental industry has created a very smooth transition into the real estate industry.

Served Neighborhoods:
Washington Park, Platte Park, Cherry Creek, Uptown, LoDo, LoHi, Highlands, Jefferson park, Berkley, Sloan's Lake, Capital Hill, University Park, Whittier, Cole, Rino, Globeville, Baker, Union Station, City Park, Congress Park, Cheesman Park, Hale, Hilltop, Park Hill, Virginia Village, Five Points, Sunnyside.

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Neighborhood Guides by Ashleigh

Neighborhood Guide to Golden Triangle

Golden Triangle is also known as the Museum District. This neighborhood is home to eight of Denver's museums, which include the Clyfford Still Museum, the Byers-Evan's House Museum, the Denver Art Museum, the Molly Brown Museum, the Kirkland Museum, Denver Firefighters’ Museum and the History Colorado Center. Golden Triangle has over 50 art galleries, restaurants, bistros, cafes, bars, fine art studios and specialty stores to explore. Not only are there monthly happenings at the various museums, but this art filled neighborhood participates in First Friday every month.

Top 10 Neighborhood Amenities in Uptown in Denver, Colorado

This is the oldest residential neighborhood in Denver. The tree lined avenues lead to an array of bistros, fine dining, cafes and bars. Uptown is also home to a variety of independently owned boutiques as well as the largest green space in Denver, City Park, which plays host to both the Denver Zoo and the Museum of Nature & Science. City Park hosts a jazz festival each summer and the Denver Zoo Lights each winter.

Top 10 Neighborhood Amenities in Cherry Creek in Denver, Colorado

Cherry Creek and Cherry Creek north are located in central Denver and are bound by the Cherry Creek and 6th avenue to the north and south and University Blvd. and Colorado Blvd. to the east and west. The Cherry Creek neighborhood is an eclectic mix of residential properties, an upscale mall, fine dining, art galleries, wine bars and cultural activities. The 16 blocks of Cherry Creek north tout a total of 320 boutiques, restaurants, salons, spas and exclusive, upscale shops. Some of these shops include Hermes, Lulu Lemon and HW Home. Every July 4th, cherry creek north hosts the Cherry Creek Arts Festival for three days of art, musical performances, food and fun! There is also a farmers market held weekly throughout the summer. Cherry Creek offers an upscale shopping, dining and living experience. Is this the right neighborhood for you to call home?
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